Super easy and super delicious! I used Boboli sauce and kind of eyeballed the cream cheese. I let them cool on a cooling rack to get them off of the heated pan. What I did different: -used Italian seasoning, just a sprinkle -once I rolled them up, I gave them a little squeeze (I gently picked them up) to make them a bit longer and to get the filling to the ends a bit -I marked my cutting points and used a bread/serrated knife - long and steady cuts -I used a silpat (love my silpat) -sprinkled some grated parm on top (only of some of them) I found that with the serrated knife and long steady saw strokes, I was able to get nice clean pieces These were fantastic! thanks for posting this (I posted pictures)
Great recipe. Always looking for "munchies" during football season that hubby will eat. Picky hubby loved these. I used Contadina pizza sauce (squeeze bottle) and after tasting the cream cheese mixture I'm wondering if you could use something like "Alouette" garlic and herb cheese if you were in a hurry or had some left over from a party. Both hubby and son hate cream cheese and loved these, so obviously they didn't know it was in the recipe. Thank you so much for posting.
I love this recipe SO much! I have made it quite a few times and quite a few different ways. (I've used sausage, pepp., leftout the cream cheese, added veggies..you name it) You can't mess this up if you just stick to the basics. I make them in quad. batches and still I can't keep them in the freezer! You can pop them into the lunchbox and by lunch they are room temp and yummy good. I usually send some spegetti sauce or ranch for dipping in that case. Yummy Good!!!
Soooo tasty and addictive! The first batch had far too much cream cheese to fit on the 4 rectangles, which made them difficult to roll. I cut the cream cheese in half for the second batch, and that made rolling MUCH easier!
Loved this recipe. I used my Fleischman's pizza dough recipe for the crust. And rolled it out into a huge rectangle, topped it with all of the toppings except pepperoni and made a huge roll! Cut it into pinwheels with thread and made about 30 snacks. The kids loved it and I did send it to school for lunch! Awesome!
I used ricotta instead of cream cheese in my latest batch, and eyeballed the pepperoni & cheese since I couldn't come close to fitting everything in the first time I made these. Like others, I find them super-sticky, and can only get 4 slices per roll - but they taste great and are a wonderfully easy lunch for this mom of a newborn!
Wonderful! I made more of a hot pocket by pinching the diagnols and just using the 4 rectangles and not cutting them. I couldn't keep my husband away long enough to be able to freeze all of them.
I modified these a little bit because by the time I made them, I had turned the PC off. I used crescent dough but only divided into 2 rectangles. I spread cream cheese on dough, lined with pepperoni slices, sprinkled with italian seasons and mazz cheese. Sliced with a serrated knife and that was that. (Not using serrated knife might be why some others had trouble slicing?) Baked and everybody liked. I will make again with lots of different varrations! Thanks!
ABSOLUTELY DELICOUS!! My 3 year old begged me for more!! Thanks for the wonderful recipe!!
Amazing!! I used the refrigerated pizza dough and put it in the fridge prior to cutting to make it easier. How do you ever manage to get enough to put in the freezer? Had to eat 4 and I had already had dinner! I forced myself to leave some in the fridge to try tomorrow since I actually want them for an event this weekend and want to know how they taste cold. Hope the kids remember to leave me at least one to sample. Can't wait to make them again, and again, and again . . . . Thanks Leslie!!